Sedalia Police Crime Reports for the Afternoon of Dec. 6, 2017
Sedalia Police reports 12-6-17
Sedalia Police took 52-year-old Mark Benson Brown into custody on Tuesday night after he called police to say he was going to break out the windows in his car after his wife took the keys away from him in the 600 block of South State Fair Blvd. According to a report, Brown was found to be intoxicated and “not acting normal” when police arrived. He was taken into protective custody until he was sober.
On Tuesday around 9 p.m., Sedalia Police responded to East Woods, 701 E. Broadway, after management complained that two teens had concealed bottles of alcohol on their person and left the store without paying. The two were later located and brought back to the store. Angel Young and Destiny F. Maggard, both 17 and both of Sedalia, were issued Municipal summons for stealing. They were also issued trespass warnings for both Sedalia Woods stores. They now have a Jan. 7 court date.
Victor Rene Madrid, 38, Sedalia, was arrested and charged with Driving While Revoked after Sedalia Police conducted a traffic stop for no headlights or taillights at Broadway and Porter at 2:40 a.m. Wednesday. He was taken to the Pettis County Jail on a 24-hour hold. His court date is TBA.
On Tuesday, Kelsey Chalfant, Sedalia, reported a burglary to police in the 300 block of W. 4th. Taken from her apartment were two TVs and a gaming system.
On Tuesday morning, Rita Thompson reported finding a gray purse with a black wallet. The wallet was later returned to its owner, who said there was $250 missing from the wallet.
On Tuesday morning, Sacred Heart School, 416 W. 3rd, reported property damage to police. According to a report, between 9 p.m. Monday and 6:45 a.m. Tuesday, someone damaged a large glass door, causing $300 in damage. Entry to the school was not gained, however, due to a second set of locked doors.
On Tuesday afternoon, Wal-Mart, 3201 W. Broadway, reported that two people pushed a shopping cart out the door containing $1,503 of merchandise and left the area without paying. Photos of the suspects and the items they stole were provided to Sedalia Police.
On Tuesday, Monica Jackson reported someone broke out a front living room window in her house in the 100 block of S. Park. There are no suspects.
Sedalia Police responded to Advantage Metals, 300 N. Iron Ave., on Tuesday after 3 p.m. According to a report, an individual was attempting to scrap a car that was reported stolen out of St. Clair County. An investigation revealed that the subject had not committed a crime and no charges were sought.
On Monday morning, Chaise McCord reported a theft from his vehicle. According to a report, four pair of sunglasses and $700 of gift cards were taken from the 1900 block of W. 10th. There was also damage to the driver's side door.